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on the family to get this past. so that's really where it is coming from. >> michael: listen to paul brown in georgia. >> all of that stuff i was taught about evolution, and embriology, all of that is laws straight from the pit of hell. >> michael: he is a sitting member on the house committee of science space and technology. how outraged does that make you? >> in our fight we caught on board the support of 78 noble sciencists, and they have made some of the most incredible advancements in science. so representative brown should listen to them and until he realizes that real evidence-based science is what we need to teach, be studying what we need to base our -- like world off, i think it's a very scary thought based on that committee. >> michael: do you want to run for office one day or just keep fighting this fight as someone on the outside. >> as i mentioned this problem is a lot larger than louisiana and a lot larger than creationism. we just cut $50 billion in science research in the budget sequester. so i want to see an end to acts like these. you also mention
's earth day, a very good time to remember what chris brown forget that you need her a lot more than she needs you. i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." [ ♪ music ♪ ] goods evening, i'm john fugelsang, welcome to "viewpoint." charge have been filed against 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the boston bombing and allegations have bun flying around that the fbi had been lax when they investigated dzhokhar tsarnaev's brother tamerian. the who homemade bombs that he trigtriggered with his younger brother killed three people and wounded hundreds more. at least one bombing survivor, a seven-year-old girl is still in critical condition a week later with multiple wounds to her legs. now 2:50 p.m. eastern time today the same time that the bombs went off last monday, a moment of silence was held in boston and around the nation for all the victims in the bombing. earlier a funeral service was held for one of the people killed at the scene. 29-year-old krystle campbell was buried inburyied. dzhokhar tsarnaev can't speak a possible suicide attempt as police closed in. h
>> cenk: all right, i want to thank everybody michael from "the war room." trisha rose from brown university. we're down. "viewpoint" is next. >> john: good evening, i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." the senate today moved toward a key item on its 2013 agenda a bill allowing the states to collect taxes on online sales. as for the gun debate, after wednesday's vote on having a vote on measures to expand background checks for gun buyers, ban assault weapon sales and limit the size of ammo clips all went down to defeat, majority leader harry reid said it was time to take a pause on the issue. >> president obama said it was a shameful day for the senate. and it probably was. i agree. we should make no mistake. this debate is not over. in fact, this fight is just beginning. >> john: one of the first broadsides came from one of the most prominent gun violence victims in recent years. former representative gabby giffords published a blistering editorial in "the new york times" where she called out the senate gun bills' opponents as cowards and i quote... and where the courage issu
about. not to worry about ideologies of people who did it, but when you show pictures of brown people who are accused of things without due process we have hundreds of years of lynching african-american men based on not any evidence but vague speculation that went on literally unchallenged. i think that's a fair question to raise. we have a very serious color hire averagehierarchy, and it happens sub carsly. we can't tell people, don't overreact. really, it's to say we have a serious history. we need to step back and be honest about it if we're going to act responsibly and an multi racial democracy. >> cenk: noah, is that fair? we know there's not going to be anti-white crime based on this. oh they're white let's hit random white people. >> just after virginia tech and the shooting at the sikh temple. there wasn't outrage of koreans. bus they are the ones who committed those crimes. it's a leap of logic that doesn't have a whole lot of modern history. and i understand what the professor is saying and she's 100% correct. but in the modern era when we're talking about terror events, mas
a southern ask judge whose ruling applied the at application of brown versus the board of education. and stood next to nelson mandela when he cast his first vote in 1994. andand bob moses a leading figure in the 60s student non-violent coordinating committee helping southern blacks register to vote and organizing freedom summer. thank youjoining me now from new york is marianna cook, welcome inside "the war room"." >> thank you very much. >> michael: what drew you to do this. >> bringing people who had qualities that cared about human beings so much that they were willing to sacrifice their own comfort and risk their lives to fight for someone else. that was really my. >> michael: -- >> michael: yes, you see something that is woven in all of these people. did you find a common characteristic or trait that compelled someone to advocate for human rights, to rise above no one else? >> they all had a remarkable conscience, i thought and that was evidenced by their sense of fairness passionate sense of fairness, also a remarkable em empathy. but all combined with a doggedness like i've n
in a gray hoodie a white skinned or caucasian male with light brown curling hair. that's the individual we are looking for at this moment. >> that's suspect number 2. >> that's suspect number 2, the white capped individual. >> stephanie: and after that they released the names? >> yeah, they released the names sometime last night, and since then all kinds of information flooded in. and again, it looks like the brother who is still alive, apparently just graduated from a prestigious high school in the boston area, and was given a $2,500 scholarship from the city of cambridge to pursue college. the other brother was apparently in medical school. these were successful at least academically, and obviously there is a whole team that is going through to analyze their facebook postings and try to figure out what may have caused these two academically achieving brothers to snap and decide to bomb the boston marathon and go on this killing spree and kill a police officer last night. >> stephanie: i heard somebody speculating on tv as we want to do when, you know there's a lack
brown has said nothing -- >> brian brown? no, not that brian brown. >> stephanie: yeah. >> interesting that they have been goosing people on and then saying hey, it's not our problem when it gets violent. >> stephanie: yeah, good news anthony weiner is back on twitter. @ @anthonyweaner. janet hello. >> caller: hey, how are you doing? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i want to go back to the boy scout issue. basically what you are saying is the kids can be involved in scouting, but we're going to bring them into an environment that is hostile to gays and lesbians -- >> stephanie: yeah. that's true. you are teaching them, like it's okay if this is a phase and then just work your way out of it by the time you were 18. >> yeah, and if you don't then we don't want you. but while you are here maybe let's do some back door repair with therapy. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: we have people who are totally anti-gay with their arms wrapped around people who need to see the light and be morally straight. >> yeah. ann romney will show up saying stop it. >> ann romney:
live online. this comes down and it actually affects the profiling. it happens to -- brown-skinned americans to anyone that could remotely be associated with this. i think tragedy on the right has been to try to increase anxiety around national security. and the more we do that, the more we're actually trying to create, you know, challenges for people who are living under these conditions. so i think we need to be way more responsible for those of us who are going to speculate i think we need to be way more responsible talking about the impact it will have on americans. >> john: agreed. eric? >> i think twitter is the window and there is no filter. when there is a big event people just start writing and twitter, if you do it, there is something about doing it angry. doing it when you're filled with anxiety. and sometimes people regret it. but it is a window into the way people are thinking and yesterday, people have some ugly thoughts. it is all out there. it is probably the new normal. news consumers have to take it all in and make their own judgment. >> john: when fear se
be muslim. >> what? >> stephanie: he's not brown enough. >> i thought they were all arabs. >> he's from the caucausus region. >> they're known as the plax in russia because they all -- >> roger hedge hock. >> stephanie: i'm sure his reporting on the caucausus -- some of the the one never even lived in chechnya. >> no, he lived in russia. >> two of the stanes. and i don't give a [ bleep ] stan. >> stephanie: all right. federal prosecutors prepared criminal charges yesterday against the 19-year-old who obviously we were talking about seriously wounded. receiving particular scrutiny the six-month trip the older brother took back there. they were sleeping and helping us build a basement. i don't know. so one of the concerning things is the police commissioner said yesterday that police had discovered at least four unexploded devices including one similar to the two pressure cooker bombs used in the boston marathon. he said i personally believe they were planning other attacks. but this echos a little bit -- remember the press conference friday. we're like yeah, he's still out there but it i
, a leftist front group is trying to integrate the prom. >> bill: how about brown v. board of education. rob watson, assistant track coach at the university of virginia. he finished 11th in the boston marathon vid. we'll talk to him next with igor volsky from think progress and the rest of us here on the "full court press." >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. >> announcer: the "bill press show," now on current tv. >> bill: 12 minutes before the top of the hour now. igor volsky is in studio with us from think progress. the "full court press" on a tuesday mornin
the symptoms -- >> i normally only eat brown rice -- >> yeah. >> stephanie: number four this is no antidote. so they would never make a movie of. tom cruise can't bring it to you in time. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: i don't know what movie i'm thinking of buttephanie: i don't know what movie i'm thinking of but someone will tell me. >> every movie -- >> stephanie: there's a specific tom cruise one. >> really? >> stephanie: uh-huh. the person becomes aware they have ingested ricin quickly enough they can try to flush their stomachs with activated charcoal. there is only one known ricin death in 2010. how about this one [ inaudible ] was killed with a ricin pellet that was injected into his skin with a james bond-style umbrella. >> that's when they were doing really cool spy stuff. >> stephanie: what? is mosquito. wow, with an umbrella? wow. was rihanna involved? that is terrifying. >> ella ella ella -- >> stephanie: all right. settle down. debra in chattanooga. hello, debra. >> caller: hi how are you? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: first of all i would li
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